• Accompanying an exhibition at Ben Uri Gallery and Museum and the launch of a new website dedicated to Eva Frankfurther • Features an impressive range of works by both well-known and lesser-known artists • Focuses on the Jewish refugee experience and how relocation to Britain intersected with artists' workBringing together paintings, posters, prints, drawings, cartoons, book illustrations and sculptures, this book explores issues of identity and migration via the German refugee artist experience in England. Refugees contains works by an array of both celebrated and lesser-known German-born refugee artists, principally from the Ben Uri Collection, but supplemented by a number of important works from public and private collections.
|Publisher:||Ben Uri Gallery|
|Product dimensions:||9.50(w) x 9.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Sarah MacDougall, Head of Collections, is a curator at Ben Uri Gallery and Museum and has curated and published extensively on twentieth-century British artists of Jewish descent, and émigré artists in Britain, with a particular specialism on the 'Whitechapel Boys'.